Born in 1962, Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS is graduated from Polytechnic University of Madrid (aerospace engineering) and holds a Master's degree in production technics (CESEM business school, Madrid).
He joined Renault in 1978 as an apprentice, before becoming part of the engineering team at the body assembly plant in Valladolid. In 1993, he relocated to France where he occupied a number of positions of responsibility with Renault’s Engineering division. He returned to Spain as head of the press shop at the Valladolid body assembly plant before becoming head of the press shop and body assembly department at the Palencia plant.
In 2003, Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS joined Nissan Motor Ibérica in Barcelona, as deputy managing director, before becoming managing director of Nissan Motor Ibérica in 2005. One year later, he became Vice President in charge of Nissan industrial operations in Spain.
In September 2008, he joined FICOSA (automotive supplier), as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Automotive department, a position he held until October 2009.
Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS then returned to Renault in January 2012 where he was appointed Vice President, manufacturing assembly plants, a post held alongside that of CEO of Renault Spain.
In September 2013, Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS was appointed Executive Vice President, Manufacturing and Supply chain of Groupe Renault. In September 2016, he was also appointed head of the Groupe Renault Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Department.
In April 2018, Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS became Deputy Alliance Executive Vice President, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Operations 1 and Executive Vice President, Manufacturing and Supply Chain of Groupe Renault.
On January 1, 2021, Jose Vicente DE LOS MOZOS is appointed EVP, Group Industry and Group Country Head, Iberia. He is a member of the Renault Group's Board of Management.
‘Reluctant Futurist’ Mark STEVENSON is a much-demanded speaker and strategic advisor to governments, NGOs, and corporates, helping them face the challenges of the grand system of our time and understand their (changed) role in meeting them. Though branded a ‘futurist’ by others Mark is more, as one client puts it, ‘Chief Annoying Question Asker’. He helps organizations change the way they feel, think, invest and operate in order to answer the intertwined questions the future is asking us on climate change, inequality...
Mark advisory roles include being Medicins Sans Frontiers ‘Futurist without Borders’, global ambassador for Client Earth, advisor of climate change and national security to the UK Ministry of Defence.
Graduated from KEIO University Japan as a Mechanical Engineer in 1986, TOMITA-SAN started his career in Hitachi Construction Machinery as Tsuchiura Factory, Manager of Manufacturing Sec., Engineer of Production Engineering Sec.
TOMITA-SAN now works for Sany Heavy Machinery, since 2008, as Small-sized Excavators Div., Vice GM.
In his recent achievement, in 2020 - 2021, he was responsible for building Chongqing new factory including MOM, WMS.
Bernard CHARLÈS was appointed president and chief executive officer of Dassault Systèmes in September 1995. Today, the Company, world leader in 3D software, is a global top-ten software company.
Charlès has helped instill a culture of ongoing innovation to further consolidate Dassault Systèmes’ scientific capabilities and make science part of the company’s DNA. He joined Dassault Systèmes in 1983 to develop new design technologies. In 1986 he founded a dedicated New Technologies, Research & Development, and Strategy department. In 1988 he was appointed president of Strategy, Research & Development, helping establish CATIA as the world’s number one product design software.
A firm believer that technology should contribute to progress in society, Charlès has positioned Dassault Systèmes as the preferred partner for innovation, empowering businesses with sustainable step-changes in competitive performance.
In 1989, he was part of the inspiration behind digital mock-up (DMU), allowing design engineers to produce full-blown 3D models of products. He had become member of the Board of Directors in 1993. And in 1995, he initiated the DMU of the Boeing 777, the world’s first all-digital designed aircraft. In 1996, Charlès orchestrated the flotation of Dassault Systèmes on the stock market, providing a strong and stable platform for growth, and became member of the Board of Directors.
In 1997, he expanded and strengthened Dassault Systèmes’ commercial footprint with the acquisition of SolidWorks to serve businesses large and small. The Company also resumed control of its entire distribution network in 2010, which had previously been in the hands of IBM.
In 1999, Charlès pioneered the concept of product lifecycle management (PLM), extending the concept of the digital mock-up (DMU) to the entire lifecycle of a product. To support the Company’s PLM strategy, he embarked on a series of key acquisitions and brand creation: ENOVIA in 1998, DELMIA in 2000 and SIMULIA in 2005.
In 2012, Charlès announced the launch of the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform, broadening the scope of digitization and simulation to include the consumer experience. Dassault Systèmes rounded out its portfolio with social innovation and information intelligence applications (3DSWYM, EXALEAD and NETVIBES), and at the same time ventured into more diversified sectors, notably with GEOVIA to model and simulate the planet we live on. He also provided the impetus for Dassault Systèmes to develop B2C applications such as 3DVIA and experiential 3D marketing projects (including Paris3D Saga and Khufu Reborn).
These strategic developments reflect Charlès’ firm belief that 3D universes open up new frontiers in innovation, and that imagining sustainable innovations capable of harmonizing product, nature and life is the only way that business, science and society can co-exist in the future.
Bernard Charlès holds the rank of Knight (2005) and Officer (2012) in the “Légion d’Honneur” (French Legion of Honor) and is a member of the French Academy of Technology. He is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure engineering school in Cachan and has a PhD in mechanical engineering majoring in automation engineering and information science. He also holds an agrégation — the most senior teaching qualification achievable in France (specializing in mechanical engineering).
Bernard Charlès was born and grew up in Brittany, France. He and his wife have five children.
Graduated from the California Institute of Technology with a Ph. D. in Aeronautics (93), Guillaume started his career in Engineering and R&D in the Transport sector, from aerospace as R&D engineer in Composite material at Aerospatiale (94-98), to Advanced project Director at Valeo Electrical System (98-06) to various position in Engineering and R&D at Alstom Transport. In 2010, still in Alstom Transport, Guillaume entered the Manufacturing world as VP industrial In 2016, Guillaume joined DS to lead the DELMIA Brand, DS industrial solutions portfolio to continue supporting all industries in the digital revolution to come.
Stéphane DECLÉE is the CEO of the Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA brand, appointed to this position in January 2016. In this role, he is responsible for all aspects of the ENOVIA brand strategy, research and development, and business operations. As the CEO of ENOVIA, he is also a member of the Dassault Systèmes’ Global Executive Management team.
Stéphane DECLÉE has 25 years of experience in engineering and executive leadership at Dassault Systèmes, where he began his career in 1991 as a research and development software engineer. He later became Product Manager and Domain Leader for the company’s flagship brand, CATIA, and was then promoted to Vice President, Strategy and Research. Following this, he was named Vice President, Research and Development of the ENOVIA brand based in the United States, where he led the acquisition and integration of MatrixOne and subsequent ENOVIA launches. He was then moved into Vice President, Research and Development Industry Solutions, where he used his leadership to formulate and implement the Dassault Systèmes industry go-to-market approach.
Most recently, Stéphane DECLÉE was appointed Vice President, Energy, Process and Utility Industry, Dassault Systèmes, in 2012. In this role, he drove the industry’s adoption of a new digital perspective for the entire business lifecycle—from innovation to recycling—with a vision to deliver sustainable life for the 21st century using Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
Morgan ZIMMERMANN joined EXALEAD in 2006 as Director of Strategy, Sales & Business Development. He took part to the international development of the brand in Asia, Europe and the United States and was appointed CEO in 2015. Originally, EXALEAD supported major accounts on the use of web technologies as a vehicle for transforming transactional information systems.
Since the acquisition of EXALEAD by Dassault Systèmes in 2010, Morgan ZIMMERMANN has rebuilt EXALEAD's product portfolio to accelerate value creation across the 12 industries served by Dassault Systèmes to:
In 2018, Morgan ZIMMERMANN was named CEO of NETVIBES EXALEAD in order to leverage the NETVIBES ability to provide in-context insight from the market and industry into all enterprise business processes. Prior to joining EXALEAD, Morgan Zimmermann led the business development of Cril Telecom Software, a software publisher in global mobile networks.
Eric Green brings 28 years of manufacturing, supply chain, and enterprise software experience to Dassault Systèmes in his global role of managing DELMIA marketing, industry, business development and customer advocacy. Prior to his current role, Eric held leadership positions at Apriso Corporation, a leader in manufacturing operations management software, Blue Yonder, a leading supply chain software provider, and PepsiCo, a recognized consumer leader in branding and category management.